La Gabbia Trailer

La Gabbia Trailer (1977)

06 April 1977 Thriller

Based on the infamous Stanford prison experiment. In 1977, Italian director Carlo Tuzii adapted the experiment to an Italian environment. Italian students made a film based on it, La Gabbia (The Cage).

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Carlo Tuzii



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